Mark Langer leaves Hugo Boss. It was communicated by the German fashion house. In a note, it is explained that the manager will leave his place on the Board of Directors on September 30th, 2020. From that date he will “turn” himself into a consultant and, in this capacity, he will see the company until the end of the year.
Mark Langer leaves Hugo Boss
Langer will leave the German brand after almost 18 years, 4 of which spent on the managerial board. Langer, in fact, entered Hugo Boss’ control room in 2016, first as financial director and then as CEO. In the note, the company thanked Langer “for the many years of successful work” and announced that the search for a successor will begin “immediately”.
For his part, Langer said he was “grateful” to Hugo Boss. “I had the opportunity to serve the company in different roles – explains the manager -. In light of the passion and commitment of its nearly 15,000 employees globally, I am convinced that Hugo Boss will emerge from the current difficult situation even stronger, and continue its development successfully”.
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